Treguard, Pickle, Hordriss, and Elita in the antechamber.

Gallery 1992

By Nicholas Lam

Promotional images and cast photocards for the sixth series of Knightmare (1992).


A 1990 character card of Hordriss the Confuser (Clifford Norgate).
Hordriss the Confuser (Clifford Norgate), 1992

A 1992 character card of Sidriss 'the Confused' (Iona Kennedy).
Sidriss (Iona Kennedy), 1992

A 1992 character card of Lord Fear (Mark Knight).
Lord Fear (Mark Knight), 1992

A 1992 character card of Sylvester Hands (Paul Valentine).
Sylvester Hands (Paul Valentine), 1992

A 1992 character card of Motley (Paul Valentine).
Motley, the Jester (Paul Valentine), 1992

Look-In Magazine

Promotional shot of Mark Knight as Lord Fear in Mount Fear from Look In Magazine (1992).
Lord Fear (Mark Knight). Credit: Lucy Scarisbrick-Wright

A competition to win the Knightmare board game and books in the 25/01/1992 issue of Look In Magazine (p.31).
A competition to win the Knightmare board game and books. From 25/01/1992. Credit: Jamie Hall

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'Good Knight.' A preview of Knightmare Series 6 in the 12/09/1992 issue of Look In Magazine, with Hugo Myatt as Treguard and David Learner as Pickle (p.12)
Treguard (Hugo Myatt) and Pickle (David Learner) preview Series 6. From 12/09/1992. Credit: Jamie Hall

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